“Our Light, Our Hope” A Musical Program for Commemoration and Renewal

“Our Light, Our Hope” is the theme of a special musical program that the Armenian Genocide Centennial Committee of the Armenian Evangelical Union of North America (AEUNA) and the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) will present on Saturday, January 24, 2015, at 8:00 p.m. at the Majestic Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena, California. The concert will be performed by the Lark Musical Society Choir and Orchestra of Glendale, CA under the direction of Maestro Vatsche Barsoumian.

The program will combine several artistic mediums such as music, recitation, and dance. An array of selections will be presented in three parts.Our Light Our Hope

Part I will reflect the Armenian people’s traditions and heroism. The Armenian nation is one of the most ancient civilizations and boasts significant periods of spiritual, artistic, military, economic, and intellectual achievements.

Part II will commemorate the collective tragedy that befell the Armenian nation in early twentieth century. We shall pay tribute to our martyrs who perished for their ethnicity and Christian faith.

Part III will celebrate our triumphant survival and herald a brighter future. Through our artistic voice we shall also recommit ourselves to the Lord and our Culture.

On this solemn occasion, and given the huge undertaking, the Centennial Committee is highly optimistic of the unwavering support that it will receive from the community, friends and the public at large. Donations should be made and mailed to: AEUNA (memo: Centennial Concert), 411 East Acacia Ave., #200, Glendale, CA 91205-2821. Tickets can be purchased at: LARK, 543 Arden Ave., Glendale, CA 91203, (818) 500-9997, as well as from Itsmyseat at http://www.itsmyseat.com/Light, (818) 538-4911. Ticket payments should also be made to the AEUNA. For further inquiries, please call the AMAA headquarters in Paramus, NJ at (201) 265-2607 or the AMAA West Coast office at (818) 937-9840.

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